Russia's Nornickel resolves dispute with Botswana, gets compensation
Russia's Nornickel resolves dispute with Botswana, gets compensation

Russian mining giant Nornickel said on Thursday, 18 November, it has settled its dispute with Botswana's government and BCL Group...

By Polina Devitt 18 Nov 2021

Julia Selman Ayetey, lawyer for the 21 people, who where detained by police and accused of unlawful assembly and promoting an LGBTQ agenda, speaks to journalists at the Ho Circuit Court in Ho, Volta Region, Ghana 4 June 2021. Reuter/Francis Kokoroko/File Photo
Supporters and opponents face off over Ghana's anti-LGBT law

Supporters and opponents of Ghana's new anti-LGBT bill faced off in parliament on Wednesday,10 November 2021, in the first public hearings into the proposed legislation that would make it a crime to be gay, bisexual or transgender...

By Christian Akorlie 12 Nov 2021

Companies must advocate for LGBT rights everywhere in the world, not just where it's easy
Companies must advocate for LGBT rights everywhere in the world, not just where it's easy

It has now become commonplace for major corporations to join in on LGBT events such as Pride Month, National Coming Out Day or the International...

By Ken Chan 12 Nov 2021

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Africa: tax implications of digital transformation in the consumer goods and retail sector

The digital transition, and resultant growth in the e-commerce sector, has tax implications for digital CG&R businesses operating in Africa...

By Jana Botha and Prenisha Govender 5 Oct 2021

Align your brand with cutting edge trends
Align your brand with cutting edge trends

Now in its 17th year, Bizcommunity's BizTrends is a highlight of the business calendar, a go-to source for South African, Pan-African and global business trends...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 20 Sep 2021

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East Africa data infrastructure ripe and ready to move to the next level

Technology is said to be changing so fast that regulators cannot keep up. However, in East Africa at least, the gap is narrowing as policy-makers and regulators see the economic benefits of keeping regulation up to speed with technology...

By John Syekei 5 Aug 2021

August #WomensMonth made possible by the Intercare Group
August #WomensMonth made possible by the Intercare Group

Inviting your nominations of inspiring women to be featured in our exclusive August Women's Month interview series...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 20 Jul 2021

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To ban or not to ban plastic shopping bags? Implications and proposed solutions

Dubbed the 'white flower' in SA, the negative effects of single-use plastic shopping bags include reducing the aesthetic value of landscapes, clogging waterways, depleting petroleum reserves...

By Asphat Muposhi, Mercy Mpinganjira, Marius Wait 23 Jun 2021

#AfricaMonth: The state of LGBT rights in Africa
#AfricaMonth: The state of LGBT rights in Africa

The socio-political and developmental health of a nation can be determined by the lived experiences of, and rights afforded to, the most marginalised...

By Dr Claire Westman 21 May 2021

Kenyan authorities set to regulate free-and-easy fintech
Kenyan authorities set to regulate free-and-easy fintech

The regulatory net is closing on Kenya's fintech industry. Fintech is one of the least regulated segments of the country's financial services sector, but the industry's unregulated days are numbered...

By Ariana Issaias and Dominic Indokhomi 20 May 2021

Judge Martha Koome attends the interview for the post of Chief Justice at the Supreme Court building in Nairobi, Kenya - 14 April 2021. Image ©: Zakheem Rajan/Judicial Service Commission/Handout via REUTERS
Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice at sensitive moment

Kenyan judge Martha Koome has defended dissidents and helped to write women's rights into the constitution - now she's on track to be the first female chief justice in a country where the role is particularly sensitive...

By Duncan Miriri 11 May 2021

2020 a slow year for dealmaking in Africa, but post-pandemic opportunities look promising - Part 3
2020 a slow year for dealmaking in Africa, but post-pandemic opportunities look promising - Part 3

In the final part of this three-part series, we analyse M&A data from Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria...

By Wildu du Plessis and Morne van der Merwe 1 Mar 2021

Why it pays to link products to places - and how African countries can do it
Why it pays to link products to places - and how African countries can do it

How geographical indications can provide economic and financial advantages to a product's place of origin...

By Samuel Samiai Andrews 24 Feb 2021

Biden administration moves to rejoin UN Human Rights Council
Biden administration moves to rejoin UN Human Rights Council

US President Joe Biden's administration will reengage with the United Nations Human Rights Council, three years after former...

8 Feb 2021

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